Sandra L. Brandreth of Blue Bell, PA died on July 16, 2018 at Artman Lutheran Home at the age of 77. She was born in Washington, PA on September 4, 1940 daughter of the late Leander and Matilda McBride. Sandra was wife to William R Brandreth for 55 years.
She was a 1958 graduate of Media High School and was a homemaker and Travel Agent employed by Harry C Dackeman & Company until 1963 and was owner of Village Travel from 1987 to 2001. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Ambler and was Rotary Club of Blue Bell – Paul Harris Fellow.
Sandra is survived by her children Deena (Russell) Shilling of Blue Bell, PA, Kelly (Robert) Brogan of Chestnut Hill, PA, William R (Kandice) Brandreth, Jr of San Francisco, CA, and Scott (Patricia) Brandreth of Oreland, PA. She is also survived by her sister Cheryl (Daniel) of Media, PA and predeceased by her brother William McBride. Also surviving are grandchildren Jake Brogan, Matthew Shilling, Luke Brogan, Bret Brogan, Hannah Brandreth, Tyler Shilling, Jack Brandreth, Bree Brandreth and Kira Brandreth.
A memorial service officiated by Reverend Ghislaine Cotnoir will be held at First Presbyterian Church of Ambler, 4 S Ridge Ave, Ambler on Friday July 20, 2018 at 11am. Friends and family may call from 9am to 11am at the church.
In Lieu of flowers, a contribution in her memory may be sent to Artman Lutheran Home Benevolent Fund, 250 N Bethlehem Pike, Ambler PA 19002 or to First Presbyterian Church at above address.
Arrangements by Shaeff-Myers Funeral Home
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